Production Stops at Longbridge

IT’S over for MG Rover – again. Production lines at the MG Rover plant at Longbridge in the West Midlands have been stopped once more, this time because the famous British brand’s Chinese owners can’t guarantee stability.

Production last stopped back in 2005 when MG Rover went bankrupt. It was restarted last year with production of a new version of the MG TF, called the LE 500 and there were hopes that MG Motor UK Ltd. would build more new models at the plant, ensuring jobs in the West Midlands. delivers news, pictures and information regarding latest cars, such as Aston martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Cadillac, Lamborghini, VW and Porsche, etc.

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